Tony Taylor of Collingwood, right, registers to vote at Collingwood City Hall as he moved to a new apartment in August and wasn't on the voters list. Krystle Udan, left, an election assistant and Becky Dahl, deputy clerk provided Taylor with his voting papers. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Tallying up the votes

Tony Taylor was not on the voting list in Collingwood because he recently moved but that hasn't stopped him from voting.

Shoplifting solved

ORILLIA – A driving offence here Sunday helped OPP solve a shoplifting incident in the Parry Sound area.

Members of the Barrie Police Service put their best foot forward in pumps Sunday while taking part in the annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes event at Heritage Park, Sunday. CHERYL BROWNE /BARRIE EXAMINER

Steps in the right direction

With the Four Seasons' Walk Like A Man ringing in their ears, a hundred men hobbled away on high heels in support of the Women & Children's Shelter of

Mayor of Arras France, Frédéric Leturque (centre) is led through a section of restored First World War trenches during his visit at CFB Borden, Saturday. The Battle of Arras was a British offensive during the First World War. From 9 April to 16 May 1917, British, Canadian, South African, New Zealand, Newfoundland, and Australian troops attacked German defences near the French city of Arras on the Western Front. Mark Wanzel The Barrie Examiner QMI

Visit back in time

Mayor of Arras France, Frédéric Leturque (centre) is led through a section of restored First World War trenches during his visit at CFB Borden, Saturd

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